The diabolic NDC are at it again. After inciting violence, and refusing to condemn the ensuing violent actions of their supporters, and also refusing to concede defeat in the just ended general elections, the NDC has finally petitioned the Supreme Court.
In a move seen by many law abiding Ghanaians as the right way forward, a way once paved by the NPP after losing the 2012 presidential elections. A move seen by some within the NDC as “any fool can go to court’.
After claiming they won the elections by their own ‘magimatical’ computations in both the presidential and parliamentary, Ghanaians are expecting to see some hard credible evidence as part of the Supreme Court proceedings so as not to waste the court’s time and that of every Ghanaian.
The NDC has one more opportunity to proof to all Ghanaians that they are a peace loving party, one that will uphold the rule of law and to demonstrate in true patriot style that they surely have the interest of Ghanaians at heart.
At the moment, we believe the NDC is an unruly political party, with disregard and disrespect for the rule of law. Judging by the incidents allegedly involving NDC sympathisers and supporters such as the market fires, burning of buses and unlawful congregation of their members and the constant negative propaganda and attack on personalities in the media.
We in the NPP UK are in solidarity with the majority of Ghanaians who voted to re-elect HE Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for a second term of development and progress and for an agenda of shared prosperity and transforming Ghana.
We would like to remind those in the NDC that the elections are over, and Ghana has to move on to deal with more pressing issues such as the fight on poverty and on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Long live Ghana
Long live HE Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo
Long live the NPP
NPP UK Communications Directorate